She later explored aspects of Judaism, and in 2013 began to express interest in the Ordo Templi Orientis (OTO), describing it as "a belief system to apply to day-to-day life to attain peacefulness".
She had the initials OTO tattooed on her left forearm.
She completed her A-Levels and was accepted at Queen Mary & Westfield College, University of London, where she planned to study English literature and journalism, but deferred it to move to New York City From ages 14 to 17, she wrote a weekly socio-political column for The Daily Telegraph, and wrote numerous articles for The Guardian.faces at their post-Oscars shenanigans, to include uncomfortable PDAing and OMG look at us Tweeting."At the Vanity Fair Oscar night party with @eliroth who's got a silent movie star look going down tonight. And later: @eliroth shouted 'word' into a microphone p.diddy thrust in his face whilst jumping on a couch. Now, Peaches Geldof is not really much of anything.Her father is Bob Geldof, the dude who organized Live Aid, and is generally in competition with Bono for the most self-righteous wanker out there. Guess it strikes some people as weird that the guy who played The Bear Jew is dating some Irish lass with inclinations towards fringe religious practices.Peaches doesn't have a career beyond "sometimes model" and "sometimes writer" and "celebutante". To sum: The once well-regarded and formerly-crushable Eli Roth has broken his Jewish mother's heart by revealing himself to be a bit of a pervert for barely-legal WASP-y non-celebrity celebrities.She's a professional party girl, basically, who sometimes slums it with paying gigs to give herself the whiff of legitimacy. In a 2013 interview with Elle magazine, Geldof explained how difficult the process of coming to terms with her mother's death was: I remember the day my mother died, and it's still hard to talk about it. I went to school the next day because my father's mentality was 'keep calm and carry on'. I didn't start grieving for my mother properly until I was maybe 16.